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1. Teddy Pendergrass, "Happy Kwanzaa"
Not many mainstream artists have touched upon Kwanzaa for some reason, but Teddy Pendergrass was willing to get into the spirit.
LOL @ "Kwanzaa"
You know Zin and some of the guys in D.R.U.M. recorded and released a really great Kwanzaa CD a few years ago. Its really really great! You need to find a copy!
I'm offended at you defining these as Kwanzaa songs! How dare you use the K-word to describe the holiday that those that celebrate it celebrate! Just like those uppity Christians and Jews calling their holidays Christmas and Chanukkah. After all, a holiday tree is just as good as Christmas tree and a holiday candle arrangement is just as meaningful as a Menorah. Thank you for my ability to rant this Christmas season (yeah, you can suck that "holiday" non-sense...I celebrate Christmas, not holiday).